Thursday, 30 July 2015

Fences and Bushes

Real life things, like work, the Summer holidays and various other issues, means that I haven't done much wargamey stuff recently (with the exception of a fun Song of Blades and Heroes game with my daughter one rainy Sunday).


However I did treat myself to some rather nice resin fences from an eBay seller known as Small Terrain.


They arrived ready for use - being painted dark brown, highlighted a little and based with static grass. However I decided to give them a couple of extra drybrushes, and added spots of my own basing stuff, just to tie them in a bit with the rest of my terrain collection.


Speaking of which, I also found a few minutes to knock up these bushes.


So nothing earth-shattering, but a little progress nonetheless.

10 comments:

  1. Every little bit of progress helps. Those are rather nice. They certainly help break up lines-of-sight. I'm in the process of making more brick walls for an upcoming game. Just need to do a row of alms houses and I'll be set. =)

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    1. Sounds good mate - look forward to seeing those if you blog them. Haven't got any buildings - mainly because I've nowhere to store them.

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  2. Just keep it ticking along, more then I've done!

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  3. They all looks excellent mate well done!

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  4. I have to say that the fences look rather splendid and thank you for the tip off, a very useful link.

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    1. Cheers!
      Maybe I should charge commission... ;-)

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  5. Fine fences. During summer months, its too depressing for me to work on hedge and fence terrain, as I tend to be in the garden all weekend hacking down, trimming or rebuilding the real thing! You (miniature) ones do look very good, though!

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    1. Cheers mate - I know what you mean, though my garden remains a jungle, as whenever I have some spare time, it's raining!

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